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Q: editing DVDs together into a clip DVD ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: editing DVDs together into a clip DVD
Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: gnossie-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 17 Oct 2006 23:28 PDT
Expires: 16 Nov 2006 22:28 PST
Question ID: 774589
I have been making a series of home DVDs of my family.  But I would
like to know where I can get (online, preferable) some editing
software that will allow me to grab clips from this or that DVD and
edit them all together.

I'm not looking for software that will copy my DVD's wholesale:  I'm
looking for software that will allow me to grab, say, a 2 or 3 minute
section from a movie, and convert it to, say, a QT file, all the while
preserving the high quality, and allowing me to make a compliation
stand-alone DVD when I'm done.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: editing DVDs together into a clip DVD
From: probonopublico-ga on 18 Oct 2006 00:12 PDT
Hi, Again, Gnossie

I have a copy of a program called DVD-X that I bought in January this
year which purports to do just that - but I haven't tried it yet. (I
only re-discovered it again yesterday when I was looking for something

If you search for "DVD-X" you may find something suitable:

Good Luck!

Subject: Re: editing DVDs together into a clip DVD
From: vinods-ga on 18 Oct 2006 09:41 PDT
Hello gnossie-ga 

1. What do you use to shoot? 
2. Why do you need to grab already made DVD from your rushes? 
3. Are you willing to pay for this software that you will need? 

Please answer these questions and I will most definitely come up with
a solution for you. There may be more queries...

Subject: Re: editing DVDs together into a clip DVD
From: gnossie-ga on 21 Oct 2006 05:02 PDT

Any advice you could give me would be appreciated.

In answer to your questions, all I can say is that I no longer have
the "rushes," only the finished DVDs.  And yes, I am willing to pay
quite a lot for software that will capably do what I desire.


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